Dog Training for Kids: Fun and Easy Ways to Care for Your Furry Friend PDF AZW3 EPUB MOBI TXT Download

Children Will Take the Lead with Fun & Easy Dog Training TechniquesEvery child wants a dog, yet not every child–or even grown-up!–is equipped to take on the responsibilities that come with owning a dog. But with the help of Vanessa Estrada Marin, the director of a sought-after dog-training program for kids, your child will have fun being in charge!Dog Training for Kids breaks down lessons and tutorials in simple steps and easy-to-follow instructions. Kids will have everything they need to be caring and responsible dog owners:  •  Basic Training Lessons including Stopping Unnecessary Barking, Potty & House Training, Obedience, Leash Training, Crate Training  •  Essential Commands including Sit, Stay, Heel, Drop It  •  Clever Tricks including Roll Over, Speak, High Five, and Leap  •  Super Fun Games including Obstacle Course, Frisbee, Tunnel  •  And More — Equipment List, How to Train Your Dog to Be Calm at the Vet, How to Dog Proof Your Home Whether young dog lovers will be raising puppies, adopting rescues, or getting their first dogs, this all-in-one book will give them the confidence and knowledge to properly train, take care of, and establish a lasting bond with their well-behaved furry friends.

Vanessa Estrada Marin
November 26, 2019
176 pages

File Size: 60 MB
Available File Formats: PDF AZW3 DOCX EPUB MOBI TXT or Kindle audiobook Audio CD(Several files can be converted to each other)
Language: English, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Deutsch, chinese

“A must read for kids thinking about getting a dog or puppy. An extremely informative guide for children that will set them up for success in understanding, caring for, and training their new best friend. One of a kind book!” —Kristin Sells, Senior Canine Behavior Counselor CPDT-KA, Biscuits & Bath NYC  “This book is written in a way that my child could follow along with the tutorials easily, especially when paired with the detailed illustrations. As a parent, I appreciate the positive language the author used to encourage children to be kind and patient with dogs as well as themselves.”  —Celeste A. Ramirez, President and Owner of CARA Construction Management, mother of Catherine (11-year-old dog owner)   “My daughter is a dog lover, but not a fan of reading. She could not put this book down! My child has read it more than once because it doesn’t feel like a boring manual, and there is so much to learn about dogs. I feel like now she knows more than most people do!” —Yuan Wang, mother of Siena (8-year-old dog owner) About the Author Vanessa Estrada Marin is the director at Frolic, a unique facility specializing in dog-centric programming for kids in New York City. Previously, she was an adoption center manager at North Shore Animal League America. She lives in Queens with her husband, Jorge, and their Chihuahua mix rescue Reyna.Frolic is a 1,500-square-foot space on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, where the interactive and educational are taken to a new level. Truly unique, Frolic is home to four friendly career change service dogs. Visitors come to meet Patience, Chichy, Huxley, and Murray while simultaneously learning about man’s best friend from Frolic’s dog-loving experts. Frolic supports the community through various after-school programs, camps, specialized courses such as Overcoming Fear of Dogs and Canine Companion (how to have/care for a dog), and birthday parties. Frolic also hosts special events held on-site and off-site. They have worked with Girl Scouts of America and various schools.  Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. → MEDIUM”DOWN”“Down” is the command for a dog to lie down and teaches your dog good manners by putting them in the resting position. When a dog’s body is in a resting position, it’s easier for them to calm their mind as well. Think about it—don’t you feel more relaxed when you are lying down? Your dog does, too! ITEMS NEEDED • High-value treats in both hands • A blanket or towel for your dog to lie on, preferably one they already use Learn this first: “Sit” (page 52) STEP 1 Lay the blanket or towel down for your dog. Put small pieces of high-value treats into both of your hands and make them into fists. Place one hand behind your back. Using the other hand to demonstrate that you have a treat, lure and call your dog over to the blanket. STEP 2 Tell your dog to “Sit” on the blanket or towel. Once they are in a steady sit position, kneel down to get closer to your dog’s level. STEP 3 Just like you did with the “Sit” command, hold one of your treat hands close to your dog’s nose. Slowly move your hand down in a straight line toward the floor or their toes. This technique is called “nose to toes.” The goal is for your dog’s head to follow your hand into a lying down position. Your pup may lick at your treat hand as they move downward; this is okay. Once they lie, use a marker word and give them a treat—not from the front hand, but from the hand that was behind your back. Practice this exercise five times. STEP 4 Now repeat the exercise using the word “Down” just like when you taught your dog “Sit.” Each day, make your dog lie in the “Down” position a little bit longer before rewarding them with your marker word and treat. Once they have mastered “Down” while you are kneeling, begin practicing “Down” while you are standing up. Next, do the hand luring gesture without any treats in the luring hand and without going all the way down to the ground. The less you use treats as a reward, the more you can use affection and petting as the prize.SAFETY!Only practice this command once your dog has learned to gently take treats from your hand. Otherwise, they may try to use their teeth to nibble at your fist to get the treat!TIPS PROBLEM SOLVING • It is much easier to teach a dog “Down” after they know how to do “Sit” without always expecting a treat. Some dogs will pop right back up in a sitting or standing position as soon as they lie down on command. Try rewarding them for simply lying down for a while when you’re not in the middle of a lesson. Casually walk over to them, use your marker word, and give them a treat. When you practice the “Down” training sessions, they will start to make the connection that only when they stay in a lying down position will they receive a reward. • It’s important to practice “Down” in different spaces and on different surfaces. Some dogs need their security blanket or towel to remember that they can perform the command in a different setting. So, if you are trying to teach your dog “Down” on a driveway or a grassy surface, start by practicing with their towel or blanket on the driveway or grass, and then use it less often over the next week. • When a dog is following the lure downward, their backside may go up in the air like in a downward dog yoga position. Sorry, doggie, that’s only half down! Have a helper with you if your dog usually does this. Your helper can gently push your dog’s backside downward (if your dog is okay with this) while you slowly pull the treat toward you, keeping your hand along the floor. Your dog’s body should naturally lie out on the ground as their nose keeps reaching for your luring hand. Read more <div id="

  • This book breaks things down in a very organized manner. There are also helpful safety tips throughout which I think is something that’s often left out of training books. I especially loved that the book touched on what to do with city dogs—I don’t have a spacious home or a big backyard as a New Yorker, and the fact that the author took this into consideration made this book even more special. Can’t recommend this enough. I’ve purchased a book for my parents who are thinking of getting a new pup, too!
  • I got two books, one to keep and one to give away with my foster pup. so far it works! I’m a dog foster so I like to teach them more than to potty outside or on a pad. have one that is a lil more hard headed than others. But we are now sitting, shaking and speaking on command.
  • My daughter is 7 and is able to read this book and understand the concepts with ease. She is feverishly attempting to train our terrier. The only thing I haven’t seen her do is to work on one thing before moving on to the next. She also tends to use too many treats which upsets the tummy. Perhaps she overlooked that part in the book. Either way, both she and the dog are having tons of fun!
  • Great for my 7 & 12 year old boys who are training a new puppy. Honestly as an I adult I like the ease of this book and the directions too. A must for kids training a dog!
  • The book itself is good, but I ordered a NEW book, not a torn up falling apart very well USED book. As you can see from the pictures, this book is in no way new. Shame on these people for selling very low quality, obviously torn up merchandise when the items are described as being new.
  • Well I think the content of the book is okay but the book is literally falling apart and the pages are coming out. The book construction is terrible, so the book is really hard to read.
  • I’m so glad I got this book it just refreshes my mind. I haven’t had a dog around in a while and I will be getting a puppy soon but after reading makes me feel a little more confident.
  • Cute book but pages are falling out of the binding.
  • Originally got this book for my 8 year old daughter. Turns out, I’ve learned a lot more than she has! Would thoroughly recommend this book, we’ve had a lot of fun teaching our pup tricks while learning on the job.
  • My twelve year old granddaughter is really looking forward to help train our new pup. The book is easy to read and clearly laid out.
  • As it says, fun and easy, for both adults and kids.
  • I’m not using it I bought it for a family member but they have no complaints and enjoy having this book
  • Our son was curious about training his new dog. We got this for him as a learning tool to have him learn how to train and engage with the dog. They are having alot of fun with it!
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